Bus Service Improvement Plan Public Engagement Survey

Closed 19 Sep 2021

Opened 26 Jul 2021

Overview

Have your say on bus service improvements in Warwickshire:

Warwickshire County Council is working closely with bus operators to develop an ambitious Warwickshire Bus Service Improvement Plan (BSIP) aimed at encouraging more people to travel by bus.

The Government has earmarked £3 billion towards improving bus services throughout England. The BSIP will set out Warwickshire's ambitions for bus service improvements and help secure a proportion of the funding to benefit people living, working and travelling in Warwickshire. 

We need your input to help us develop the Plan.   

We want to find out what improvements are needed for local bus services and what would make you use local buses more.  We’d like to hear from you whether you travel by bus or not.  We welcome the views of all residents, public sector, private sector and voluntary organisations.

How to take part

  • Click on the link below to complete the survey online.
  • If you would like a paper copy of the survey or need it in an alternative format, please contact us by phone on 01926 412395 or email contactcommunitiesgrp@warwickshire.gov.uk
  • If you need an Easy Read version of the survey, please also contact us by phone on 01926 412395 or email contactcommunitiesgrp@warwickshire.gov.uk

Areas

  • Any area

Audiences

  • Anyone from any background
  • Service users (current or previous)
  • Black and minority ethnic people
  • Lesbian, gay, bisexual people, Transgender people (LGBT)
  • Carers
  • Parents
  • All ages
  • Young people
  • Adults
  • Older people
  • People with disabilities
  • People with long term conditions
  • Local residents
  • All Warwickshire residents
  • Volunteers
  • Teachers
  • Community Groups
  • Voluntary and third sector organisations
  • Partners
  • Providers
  • Businesses
  • Faith groups
  • Employees
  • Professionals and professional bodies
  • Housing associations
  • Elected members

Interests

  • Social care
  • Disabilities
  • Schools and learning
  • Environment and sustainability
  • Roads and travel
  • Policies, plans and strategies
  • Community safety and crime
  • Business
  • Voluntary and third sector
  • Communities
  • Children and families
  • Adults and older people
  • Equality, welfare and rights
  • Economy
  • Young people
  • Engagement and surveys